Comal County Republican Club Meeting November 27, 2018

The Comal County Republican Club always impresses visitors with the scope of involvement of the club members as volunteers in conservative causes and campaigns, on top of what nice people they all are.  Sue Piner was sworn in as the club president again, and no one doubts what an incredible asset she is. Treasurer Carolyn Herbert, Vice President of Programs John Hobson and Secretary Sue B. Walker were also sworn in as the club officers by Judge Bruce Boyer.


Comal County Republican Party Exec Comm Mtg

Oct. 25, 2018     6:30 PM

Comal County Republican Party Headquarters, 265 Landa St, New Braunfels





Minutes of Sept. meeting

Treasurer’s Report


  1.           Install Josh Dean as Precinct Chair #405
  2.           Discuss status of training for Judges, including how to set up the ‘poll book’ tablet
  3.           Recent Candidate Rallies


  1.           Working Early Voting – Precinct Chairs or Judges?
  2.           Donna Campbell’s Election night Watch Party – Rudy’s Bar-B-Q
  3.           Rep. Kyle Biedermann to host Veterans’ Thanksgiving dinners at Christ Presbyterian Church on Nov. 17. Donations and help to serve are needed.
  4.           Continue GOTV efforts
  5.           Prayer Vigil on the NB Downtown Plaza from 5:30-6:00 PM on Election Day—Nov. 6.  Please come if you can.



GOTV Kickoff Luncheon

Monday, October 15th
Republican Club of Comal County

Get Out The Vote Kick-off Luncheon

With Special Guest Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, Senator Donna Campbell and Chip Roy for HD 21

12:30 PM

Krause’s Cafe, 148 S. Castell, New Braunfels

Additional details to be provided soon


Retirement Celebration for Rep. Lamar Smith


The Comal County Republican Party is hosting a

Retirement Celebration
Congressman Lamar Smith

as he Retires from his position as our U.S. Representative from TX District 21.
The Reception will be

Monday, September 17th from 1:00 to 2:00 PM

at the Comal Co. Republican Headquarters,
265 Landa Street in New Braunfels

Light refreshments will be served and the Herald-Zeitung will be on hand to report on this event.

Please plan to join us.


Republican Club of Comal County Meeting

Tuesday, August 28th  2018

GVTC Auditorium
36101 FM 3159, New Braunfels

Doors open at 6:30 PM, Meeting at 7:00 PM

The Republican Club of Comal County is very pleased to announce our special speakers for the Tuesday, August 28 meeting:

Our Republican Party of Texas Chairman James Dickey


Vice Chair Alma Perez-Jackson

They will update us on their goals and plans to get out the vote for the November election, as well as speak on current Texas issues and solutions in the works.

Doors open at 6:00 PM for set up

Snacks and social at 6:30 PM

Pot Luck–Celebrating Texas with tacos, bbq, Texas caviar, peach cobbler, etc.
Bring your favorite.

Meeting starts at 7:00 PM, building closes at 9:15 PM.



November-December 2017 Comal County Events


Monday, November 20 – New Braunfels Republican Women General Meeting featuring James Dickey, Republican Party of Texas Chair. Seekatz Opera House – 5:30pm



Tuesday, November 28 6:30 pm 
GVTC Auditorium

RCCC will provide the Turkey and dressing
Members are asked to bring favorite dish or dessert


SPEAKER Kyle Biedermann
ELECTION of officers for 2018
District Judge Bruce Boyer will swear in officers elected .

Saturday, December 2 – New Braunfels Republican Women Christmas Tour of Homes
You can purchase tickets using the secure, PayPal link below or at the following New Braunfels locations:  The Crossing, Johnson Furniture, and the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Office. Tickets can also be purchased at our November meeting. Ticket price is $15 advance purchase; $20 the day of the Tour (online price includes a convenience fee).

We have secured 6 homes in the New Braunfels area for this year’s Tour and they are fabulous! Take a sneak peek at the homes below.  Please direct any questions to:   Christmas TOH 

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Nov 7th Texas Constitutional Amendments Election

Election Day is Tuesday, November 7, from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Paste the following link in your address bar to find your polling location.
Here are the seven constitutional amendments up for consideration:

•Proposition 1 – Property Tax Exemption for Partially Disabled Veteran. Prop. 1 would allow the Legislature to provide a partially disabled veteran a partial property tax exemption on a homestead that was donated at a reduced cost to the veteran so long as it was donated for less than its market value.

•Proposition 2 – Home Equity Loan Amendment. Prop. 2 would lower the cap on fees that are charged when making a home equity loan, allow the refinancing of home equity loans into non-home equity loans, and amend the list of the types of approved lenders. The proposed amendment would lower the cap on fees charged to borrowers from 3 percent to 2 percent of the principal of the loan.

•Proposition 3 – Appointed Officer Term Expiration. Currently, the Texas Constitution requires all appointees within the state to continue to perform the duties of their office until a successor is sworn in. Prop. 3 would create an exception to that requirement for appointees who did not receive a salary, allowing the appointee to end their duties on the last day of the legislature’s regular session.

•Proposition 4 – Courts must Provide Notice to the Texas Attorney General. Prop. 4 would authorize the Legislature to require courts to notify the attorney general when a party to a lawsuit filed a case challenging the constitutionality of a state statute. The proposition also would authorize the Legislature to create a 45-day grace period for the state to intervene before the court enters a final judgment.

•Proposition 5- Changes Definition of Professional Sports Team in Charitable Raffles. Current law allows for charitable raffles for Texas major league sports organizations, such as the MLB, NFL, and NBA. Prop. 5 clarifies which professional sports teams’ charitable foundations may conduct charitable raffles, such as teams in the WNBA, Minor League Baseball, NASCAR, and INDY car racers.

•Prop. 6 – Property Tax Exemption for Surviving Spouses of First Responders Killed in Line of Duty. Proposition 6 would allow the Legislature to give a partial or total homestead exemption to the surviving spouse of a first responder who was killed or fatally injured in the line of duty, provided that the spouse had not remarried since the first responder’s death.

•Proposition 7 – Financial Institutions to Offer Prizes to Promote Savings. Prop. 7 would allow the Legislature to permit credit unions and other financial institutions to conduct promotional activities to encourage savings. Prizes could be awarded to the institution’s depositors selected by lot.

Thanks to the RPT and our friends of the Republican Club of Comal County for this valuable information!


Tues. Aug. 22 Meet 3 members of the 3rd Court of Appeals

Dear RCCC Members and Friends,

Save the Date of August 22nd.  Holding the Third Court (now totally Republican) is critical to the Conservative Movement in Texas because it includes Travis Co. All questions of constitutionality of legislation are filed in the Third Court.  Hence, if Demorats control the Court, their history of rulings without concern for law, presents definite likelihood that they can undo Conservative Bills passed by Republicans.  Justices on the Third Court count on Comal Co. to deliver a large Republican majority on Election Day in November to help counteract the many Democrat lever pullers in Austin.  Republican wins were narrow in past elections.

Robbie B.

Republican Club of Comal County meets
Tuesday, August 22

        GVTC Auditorium, 36101 FM 3159, just North of Hwy 46

                  Social and Snacks at 6:30pm

                  Meeting at 7pm

                  Doors open at 6:00pm for set up.

Speakers:  3 Justices of our Texas 3rd Court of Appeals

            Justice David Puryear, Place 5,

            Justice Melissa Goodwin, Place 4

            Justice Cindy Olson Bourland, Place 2.

Six Justices sit on  the panel.  The other three are:

                Justice Scott Field, Place 3,

                Justice Bob Pemberton, Place 6

                Chief Justice Jeff Rose

Refreshments will reflect the DOG DAYS OF SUMMER. Members are asked to bring hot dogs and buns, relishes and trimmings, salads, iced tea, desserts or other treats.  The public is invited.

Questions: Please contact Sue Piner